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Beg, Borrow, or Steal (1973)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 20 March 1973
Three disabled men--one blind, one with no legs and one with no hands--get together to pull off a museum robbery.

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Vic Cummings
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Lester Yates
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Cliff Norris
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Kevin Turner
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Hal Cooper
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Alex Langley
Logan Ramsey ...
Walter Beal
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Ray Buren
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Lieutenant Collier
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Steve Ramsey
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Mr. Brubaker
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Larry Lacava
Francis De Sales ...
Dwight Stone
Will J. White ...
Jerry the Guard
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Three disabled men--one blind, one with no legs and one with no hands--get together to pull off a museum robbery.

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What a rare heist movie.

Let's be straight, I was excited to at last see this TV movie from the seventies, my preferred era for such a scheme: heist. Of course, there was also the sixties. And I thought of another movie speaking of a robbery pulled by men with a handicap: BLIND RAGE, starring Fred Williamson, where a bunch of blind guys robbed a bank. So that's not the only film speaking of this topic. But you can trust me, it's a real true gem in terms of heist film. And with good performances too. And those characters with a handicap who can prove at least to themselves that they can do it, I find this astounding. And the end is interesting too.

And seeing Mike - Mannix - Connors in such a character, I loved it. Directed by David Rich.


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